Paloma Azulay, Chief Brand Officer for Burger King's Parent Company, Is Out After 6-Month Stint

The marketing veteran was tapped to help fill the gap left by Fernando Machado's April departure

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After a relatively short stint as global chief brand officer of Restaurant Brands International, Paloma Azulay’s tenure has ended at the parent company of Burger King, Popeyes and Tim Hortons.

The marketing veteran previously spent 14 years shaping Coca-Cola’s marketing before joining RBI in 2018. Her exit from the company comes nearly seven months after stepping into RBI’s top marketing role in April.

Azulay took on the role to help fill a gap left by the exit of her former boss, Fernando Machado, after he left RBI to join Activision Blizzard following a celebrated run of award-winning creative brand stewardship.



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